The peninsula Gnitz is one of the most original and picturesque places of the island Usedom. Wide meadows, quaint coastal forests and idyllic bays along the backwaters characterize the landscape of the nature reserve. Far away from the seaside hustle and bustle, nature lovers can discover a small and peaceful paradise here. From the White Mountain on the southern tip of the Gnitzes, the view wanders over the backwaters to the church tower of Lassan on the mainland. The village Neuendorf is located just 4.5 kilometers from the seaside resort of Zinnowitz, where there are many shops, cafes and restaurants. In Neuendorf itself, however, hectic is a foreign word. Time seems to stand still here. Or at least slowing down. Ideal for cycling or hiking tours lead beautiful and well-developed routes and trails across the peninsula. Many rare bird species, including the white-tailed eagle, can be discovered. North of Neuendorf are still the old oil pumps, which was here in GDR times oil was promoted. In the immediate vicinity of Neuendorf is a large stone grave from the Neolithic period. The holiday barn itself is in the middle of town and is still an absolute Ruhepol. Towards the back extends a wide meadow garden. To the front, a café bar invites you to feast and linger. The village of Lütow, to which Neuendorf belongs, is less than 2 kilometers away. A small garden café ensures cozy hours of enjoyment there. The nearby bathing place on the Achterwasser is a real insider tip.